‘A compelling account of Britain’s worst ever banking failure; as you read you will laugh, cry and fume’ Robert Peston I was in two minds
Cash usage dropped by half over the last week, it is vital that digital payment options are accessible, inclusive and equitable for all in society.
A guest blog by Don Holingum from Direct Debit 101: https://cashlessuk.org/direct-debit-101/ Direct Debit has seen many advances since it was introduced over 50 years ago,
Authorised push payment (APP) fraud is soaring, in 2019 there were 122,437 APP fraud cases in the UK, with losses hitting £456 million, up from
Confirmation of Payee (CoP), the account name checking service that the UK banks are due to implement by the end of March 2020 has, today,
There are just ten days left to respond to the Payment Systems Regulator’s (PSR) Call for Input on ‘Competition and Innovation in the UK’s New
Education: the secret ‘sauce’ for the successful implementation of payments regulation It’s 1997 and Tony Blair has just been elected prime minister, Katrina and the
Today (9 March 2020) LINK, the company that operates the UK’s ATM network, released the weekly statistics for ATM based cash withdrawals. When comparing week
It is being widely reported that the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, will unveil new laws in next week’s Budget to protect the right to use cash.
I’m pleased to join the list of speakers at the EPA’s PAY360 event at London’s Islington Design Centre on the 17 March. Join me for